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SC811 Leroy Anderson: "you’ll find these irresistible. I certainly did." (Rob Cowan - Gramophone)

SC813 Maria Yudina - CHOC (Classica)

SC812 Ruggiero Ricci - CHOC (Classica)

SC805 Barilly Quartet - DIAPASON D'OR (Diapason)

SC011 - "The digital remastering... they did a superlative job in every respect. Among all of Schuricht's many, many recordings ... this is a set to treasure because of the enormous variety of repertoire, orchestras, venues, etc." (L.G. Hill - Classical Music Guide Forums)

SC501 - "Svetlanov-philes and Tchaikovskians will find this collection irresistible" (Rob Barnett -  Music Web International)

 

Now in stock: Ernst Märzendorfer - The complete Haydn Symphonies

No.1 to 104 plus the Concertante (105) and those named "A" & "B" (107 and 108) on 33 CDs. Märzendorfer was the first to record the entire cycle.

 

Also available: Bernstein 4CD set with

Dvořák - Symphony from the New World

16th April 1962

Mussorgsky - Pictures at an Exhibition

14th October 1958

Rimsky-Korsakov - Capriccio Espagnol

2nd May 1959

Mozart - Piano Concertos No.17 & No.15

4th & 7th May 1956

Ravel - Bolero, La Valse, Rapsodie Espagnole

6th & 27th January 1958

 

Schuricht - Concert Hall Recordings  

 

The Art of Robert Casadesus with the addition of Mozart's Piano Concerto No.23

 

The Art of Maria Yudina 

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